Day of the Dead
The final part of George Romero’s “Triology of the Dead” came 1985. Since then, this classic slaughter fiest have been remade as the other two parts of this triology. But let us examine the fear of Daylight.
Why fear the day? Aren’t zombies nocturnal creatures, feeding on the living in the dark hours? No! Nothing can be more wrong. Zombies never sleep, they never rest – the “live” to hunt you down and feed on your shivering corpse, and therefore the daylight is equally dangerous as the night hours. The true horror of zombies in daylight is that they are very much visible. You are able to see the rotten corpses, every piece of flesh is upon you. Every coagulated piece of blood, every hollow dark hole where the eyes used to be. All is visible, and this keeps you in fear and paralyses you.
you fear the dead in daylight more because you think it is safe time…..Nothing can be more wrong……